Additional shows. Great 1950's Old Time Radio. A juvenile series that was on radio and TV at the same time. Blast off to save the Universe! ( 1 reviews ) Topics: OTR, Old Time Radio, Tom Corbett, Space Cadet, Science Fiction, SciFi, juvenile
JMD presents two full length trance tracks in this release from Toucan Music. 'Jet Stream' features euphoric chord melodies and riffs, combined with lush pads, throbbing bassline and pumping house beats. 'Starscape' is a classic trance influenced track, including an uplifting trance synth riff, bouncy beats and a large pad breakdown in the middle. As usual, both tracks are free to download and re-use under a Creative Commons licence, making them ideal to include in your DJ mixes! ( 1 reviews ) Topics: trance, dance, club, dj, mix, tracks, music, full length, mp3, download
AMERICAN HISTORY THROUGH THE EYES OF RADIO Through the magic of radio this unique collection of shows captures American History like no other medium can. From dramatizations of events prior to the formation of the United States and our fight for freedom from England through manifest destiny and our push to the Pacific Ocean. From live radio broadcasts of a date which will live in infamy to the resignation of a defeated and humiliated President and so much more. These shows will offer hours of... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: OTRR, Old Time Radio Researchers Group, Old Time Radio, OTRR Single Episodes, American History...
"Rocky Jones, Space Ranger" - Rocky's Odyssey (1954) Starring Richard Crane, Scotty Beckett and Sally Mansfield Chapter I, II & III aired weekly, beginning September 19, 1954. Reedited into feature length TV film "Gypsy moon". ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, 1950's, 50's, Fifties, Odyssey, Rocky Jones, Space, Space Ranger, Richard Crane
A businessman alleges that $10,000 was missing from money recovered from robbers. Suspicion falls on a patrolmen near retirement. Casey (Beverly Garland) goes undercover to find the truth. ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Decoy, Police Woman, classic tv, Beverly Garland
Herbert Philbrick (Richard Carlson) is a man who lives three lives: average ordinary advertising man, Communist Activist, and FBI informant. In this episode, Philbrick tries to figure out how the Commies are getting information overseas. Season 1, Episode 7 Note: Episodes 1-23 of this series are Public Domain. The rest were renewed. It's popular to state that "I Led Three Lives" was the TV version of "I Was a Communist for the FBI" but it's not quite accurate. I was a... ( 4 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Communism, Spy, I Led Three Lives
The Mysterious Traveler. Old time radio (OTR). Excellent mystery, suspense radio show. Great story lines and excellent production. Public domain. The Mysterious Traveler has been falsely claimed to be still under copyright. This is not so. TMT is a work which is in public domain. According to the US Copyright Office, this work's copyright is expired and has never been renewed. This upload is here for your listening enjoyment. Please do not use these for profiteering. Thanks. ( 4 reviews ) Topics: Old Time Radio, OTR, The Mysterious Traveler, Mystery, Suspense
An evil fisherman cons his former girlfriend to finance a cannery that will be illegally stocked by Native American friends of his current girlfriend. But has he gone too far? You can find more information regarding this film on its IMDb page. ( 4 reviews )
The Cylinder Archive [www.cylinder.de] release for for January 2007: The 'Hungarian Rag' was definitely a kind of a pre-echo to the upcoming new music style called 'Jass'. ( 5 reviews ) Topics: ragtime, dance, jass, early jazz, cylinder record Source: Collection of Norman Bruderhofer [www.cylinder.de]
This 1958 film from former East Germany is a strange mixture of propaganda and advertising: While the first half of the film praises the general progress the communist country achieved during 1958, the second half advertises the extensive choice of Christmas gifts available at state-owned Konsum stores. ( 4 reviews ) Topics: east german, east germany, propaganda, advertising, christmas, konsum, GDR, DDR
1952 episode of the TV series "The Magic Clown", which ran on NBC, and featured a clown doing magic tricks. The program was little more than a plug for the sponsor, and was done on an ultra-low budget ( 5 reviews ) Topics: The Magic Clown, Classic TV, Bonomo Candy, Magic Trick, Magic Tricks, 50's TV, 1950's Television,...
'Rocky Jones, Space Ranger' - Beyond the curtain of space (1954) Chapter I, II & III aired weekly beginning April 10th, 1954. Reedited into feature length TV film "Beyond the moon". Half hour episodes were usually grouped into stories that consisted of three 'chapters' that were broadcast on successive weeks. A few of the stories were complete in one episode. Thirty six of these were grouped into 12 three-episode stories, and three were complete in one episode. Many of the... ( 4 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, 50's Television, 1950's, Fifties, Rocky Jones, Robert Crane, Space
OK, so "Captain Video" has generally aged very badly, but most of what I've seen of the series has a certain charm to it and kinda fun to watch. However, this 1950 episode is just plain unwatchable, due to stereotyping and a general lack of sci-fi themes. This should only be downloaded by DuMont Network collectors...everyone else should run for their lives. ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Television, 1950s, Fifties, Captain Video, DuMont Television Network
Intergalactic super-hero Flash Gordon teams up with the brilliant Dr. Zharkov and the lovely Dale Arden to fight evil-doers wherever they are. They take on androids, death rays, and nasty arch-criminals bent on taking over the world. Have no fear, Flash is here! Episodes: 1 Flash Gordon and the Planet of Death (1954) 2 Deadline at Noon (1955) 3 Subworld Revenge (1955) This is the mpg file used to make my Flash_Gordon_VCD-001 Nero Image file Torrent. ( 5 reviews )
Another curious example of 1950's advertising, in this case a promo for the UNIVAC computer, produced by Remington Rand. This commercial interestingly aired on the CBS Television Network on 5 February 1956, during a light panel show. ( 4 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Television, 50s, 50's, 1950s, 1950's, Fifties, Commercial, Advertising, Computer,...
"The Severed Head" First episode of Louis Feuillade's serial concerning gangsters called "les vampires" in the 1910s in Paris ( 5 reviews ) Topics: Louis, Feuillade, Musidora, Irma, Vep, les, vampires, serial
Presents the story of a teenage couple caught in the tragic path of a Tsunami as a means of explaining the nature of earthquakes and the consequences of their power. ( 7 reviews ) Topics: Earthquakes, Tsunamis, Civil defense
Here comes Tobar was a very short lived Sci-Fi television program. I don't know very much about this program that ran in 1957. It is about a crime fighting robot named Tobor and it is controlled telepathically by a little boy. If any of you know anything about this show please let me know so I can post it. ( 6 reviews ) Topics: Third Eye Cinema, Here Comes Tobor, 1950's, Classic TV, Sci-Fi Television, robots
This is the final episode of the one and only season of the original Flash Gordon television series from the 1950's. In this episode Flash learns that the survivors of the underworld kingdom that he thought he had destroyed in episode 35, "The Earth's Core," seek revenge on the "surface people. ( 9 reviews ) Topics: The Space Adventures of Flash Gordon, Classic TV, 1950's, Sci-Fi
Episode "The little black bag" of the "Live" 50's TV series 'Tales of Tomorrow'. This episode originally aired 30 May 1952 (Season 1, Episode 35). Cast: Vicki Cumming, Joan Blondell Directed by: Charles S. Dubin Complete with original commercials. ( 11 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, 1950's, Fifties, ABC, Live TV, Kinescope, Tales Of Tomorrow
The story of the Echo communications satellite project, and how scientists learned to bounce a radio signal off a big balloon. Written by Robert Engel and Leo S. Rosencrans. Narrator: Larry Thor. Producer and Photographer: Jerry Fairbanks. Editor: Richard Fritch, ASC. Production Manager: John McKennon. Assistant Director: Robert Scrivner. Musical Direction: Edward Paul. Original Score: Gene Kauer. Sound: Lawrence Aicholtz. Lighting: Grant Spicer. ( 11 reviews ) Topics: Communication: Telephone, Space: Satellites, Communication: Satellite
Host Jack Webb tells of what America would be like under communism. Produced in the early sixties,this is a frightening tale of a typical American family, and what that same family would look like under the "Red Nightmare". Just the facts. mam. One note: After reviewing some of the comments made concerning this film, I feel compelled to state the following: Before anyone criticizes this film, you have to judge it in terms of the the time it was produced. Anyone of us who lived through... ( 16 reviews ) Topics: red menace, jack webb, communisium
Produced by the Highway Safety Foundation in 1964, this shocking film deals with a subject quite taboo for its time. The short serves as a dramatized warning, ending with graphic case studies. Unlike the driver's education films produced by the same company, this film was apparently issued for only a short time before being withdrawn. **CONTENT ADVISORY: Crime scene footage at end will upset some people** ( 61 reviews ) Topics: educational, social issues, criminal